Director Matthew Robbins and screenwriter Jim Strain have attempted to breathe new life into the tired a-boy-and-his-dog genre. Unfortunately, this remake of THE LITTLEST HOBO is a bust! BINGO is filled with countless cliches, corny jokes, vulgarities, silliness and unconvincing plot
The story begins when young Chuckie Devlin (Robert J. Steinmiller, Jr.) is saved from drowning by Bingo, a mongrel dog recently kicked out of the circus by a cruel master. Nothing is more important to Chuckie than keeping Bingo by his side, but his insensitive father (David Rasche), a macho,
self-absorbed, football place-kicker, is seemingly incapable of understanding his ...